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Time of Your Life
Format Drama
Created by Christopher Keyser
Amy Lippman
Starring Jennifer Love Hewitt
Jennifer Garner
Pauley Perrette
Gina Ravera
Johnathon Schaech
Diego Serrano
Patrick Fabian
Country of origin  United States
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 19
Production
Executive producer(s) Christopher Keyser
Amy Lippman
Mark B. Perry
Ken Topolsky
Michael Engler (co-executive producer)
Producer(s) Darin Goldberg
Jennifer Love Hewitt
Paul Marks
Shelley Meals
Ellen S. Pressman
Valerie Joseph (co-producer)
Running time 45 minutes aprox.
Distributor USA:
20th Century Fox Television
Columbia TriStar Domestic Television
Sony Pictures Television
Broadcast
Original channel Fox
Picture format 480i SDTV
Original run October 25, 1999 – June 21, 2000

Time of Your Life is a spin-off from the show Party of Five starring Jennifer Love Hewitt, continuing to portray the character of Sarah Reeves Merrin that she played on Party of Five.

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Plot

The show was centered on Hewitt's character's new life in New York City as she tries to find out more information about her biological mother's life in New York City before she bore Sarah, and search for her biological father. Along the way, Sarah moves into her mother's old apartment and makes a new group of friends.

Debut and cancellation

Time of Your Life first aired on October 25, 1999; it was canceled in the middle of its first season, on June 21, 2000. Despite Hewitt's popularity at the time, the show was not well-received and had poor ratings.[1] The original pilot for the show was completely re-shot and largely rewritten before Fox would air it.[2] The Fox Network tried to save the show by putting it on a hiatus that lasted five months.[3] Fox promoted the return of the show in June 2000 as part of its "Summer of Love," a reference to Hewitt's name.[4] However, despite the promotion, ratings for the series' return episode remained low, and it was immediately canceled, with seven episodes remaining unaired in the United States; they were later broadcast in several European countries.

Cast




Episode guide

Episode
#
Title Director Writer(s) Original Air date
1 "The Time She Came to New York" Michael Engler Amy Lippman & Christopher Keyser October 25, 1999 (1999-10-25)
2 "The Time Sarah Got Her Shih-Tzu Together" Ellen S. Pressman Mark B. Perry November 1, 1999 (1999-11-01)
3 "The Time They Threw That Party" Ellen S. Pressman Mark B. Perry November 8, 1999 (1999-11-08)
4 "The Time She Got Mobbed" Michael Engler Ivan Menchell November 15, 1999 (1999-11-15)
5 "The Time They All Came Over for Thanksgiving" Ellen S. Pressman Amy Lippman & Christopher Keyser November 22, 1999 (1999-11-22)
6 "The Time the Truth Was Told" Michael Engler Mark B. Perry November 29, 1999 (1999-11-29)
7 "The Time They Had Not" Steven Robman Shelley Meals, Darin Goldberg December 13, 1999 (1999-12-13)
8 "The Time the Millennium Approached" Robert Berlinger Richard Greenberg December 20, 1999 (1999-12-20)
9 "The Time They Decide to Date" Ken Topolsky Amy Lippman & Christopher Keyser January 10, 2000 (2000-01-10)
10 "The Time She Turned 21" Daniel Attias Mark B. Perry January 24, 2000 (2000-01-24)
11 "The Time They Got E-Rotic" Michael Engler Krista Vernoff June 14, 2000 (2000-06-14)
12 "The Time Everything Changed" Ellen S. Pressman Amy Lippman & Christopher Keyser June 21, 2000 (2000-06-21)
13 "The Time They Were Scared of the City" Aaron Lipstadt Allison Robinson
14 "The Time They Cheated" Michael Engler Mark B. Perry
15 "The Time She Made a Temporary Decision" Miguel Arteta Amy Lippman & Christopher Keyser
16 "The Time They Found a Solution" Ellen S. Pressman Ivan Menchell, Allison Robinson
17 "The Time They Got Busy" Daniel Attias Darin Goldberg, Krista Vernoff
18 "The Time They Broke the Law" Michael Engler Mark B. Perry
19 "The Time He Saved the Day"

References

  1. ^ Poniewozik, James. "Time of Your Life", Time, 24 October 1999.
  2. ^ "Love Bites: The unstoppable Jennifer Love Hewitt has the time of her life; viewers don't", City Pages, November 10, 1999. (archived page, accessed 12 August 2009)
  3. ^ Josh Wolk. "Short 'Time'". Entertainment Weekly Online. http://www.ew.com/ew/article/0,,84945,00.html. Retrieved 2009-11-19.  
  4. ^ Reynolds, Mike. "Summer's Programming Gambits", Cable World, 15 May 2000.

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